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Poems About: HUMOR

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  • 181.
    The Essence Of The Wind

    Blowing like the essence of the wind
    No thought in mind
    But as thoughtful as can be
    A free hearted spirit lost in time read more »

    Ryan Whyte
  • 182.
    That Ain't Acting

    I love the way that your eyes sparkle
    I love the way you say my name
    I love your crazy blond hair and your humor
    It's only when I'm with you that I remain sane read more »

    Nicki Luvetti
  • 183.
    Similar Backgrounds

    even though you are a bit older than me
    we share one thing in common
    we lived similar lives
    and we had done similar things read more »

    PenelopeCrews Pitstock
  • 184.
    Those Two

    Humor has a merry mien:
    he warms the blood and heats the soul
    and percolating through the spleen
    purges from it Envy's bile. read more »

    Morgan Michaels
  • 185.
    Relation to God

    I don’t keep my mother in good humor.
    I don’t ask her pardon for my failure.
    It means I am confident of her love.
    Atheist relation to God is like that. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 186.
    the Battle for Cain

    the old diesel engine
    rambled along

    pistons squeaking read more »

    Martin Lochner
  • 187.

    To smile, I smile,
    To laugh, I laugh,
    But in me,
    Hate breads, read more »

    Maselo George
  • 188.
    A Red Bar

    A red bar,
    A chocolate rose,
    A brilliant love,
    A person defined. read more »

    Rachael Hall
  • 189.
    Are Bankers a Curse to This Universe?

    Bank men silently blackmail
    Making the innocent sadly ail read more »

    Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman
  • 190.
    Faraway Friend

    Everyday talking on skyp
    Our convosations full of humor and delight
    Full of caring words to say read more »

    Jessica Hillman
  • 191.
    Crimson Insane

    Crimson Love,
    who can this be,
    Not I,
    not you, read more »

    Crimson Love
  • 192.
    Meant to Be (2002)

    We came in a life of strings.
    We are all attached in some way,
    some sort of bond,
    like a tug-of-war. read more »

    David Joel Rodriguez
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